La Venta del Alma
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La Venta del Alma information
Lonely Planet review
For an older crowd, La Venta is mild-mannered during the day, but gets rowdy on Friday and Saturday when the full-on atmosphere hits a prolonged high. It's just outside the city: cross Puente de San Martín and turn left up the hill; the bar is about 200m up on your left.